Testing the Pauli Exclusion Principle for Electrons at LNGS

  title={Testing the Pauli Exclusion Principle for Electrons at LNGS},
  author={Hexi Shi and Sergio Bartalucci and Sergio Bertolucci and Carolina Berucci and A. M. Bragadireanu and Michael Cargnelli and Alberto Clozza and Catalina Curceanu and Luca De Paolis and Sergio Di Matteo and A. D’uffizi and Jean-Pierre Egger and Carlo Guaraldo and Mihai Iliescu and Tomoichi Ishiwatari and Johann Marton and Matthias Laubenstein and Edoardo Milotti and Dorel Pietreanu and Kristian Piscicchia and T. Ponta and Antonio Romero Vidal and Emanuele Sbardella and Alessandro Scordo and Diana Laura Sirghi and Florin Catalin Sirghi and Laura Sperandio and Oton Vazquez Doce and Eberhard Widmann and Johann Zmeskal},
  journal={Physics Procedia},

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